The second victim to die was security guard Gaby Hutchinson, 23, who succumbed to his injuries after four days.
Gaby was a trained dog handler. His partner Phoebie Turley posted a picture on Facebook of the two together, writing: “My absolute world. I love you with my entire heart and soul.”
Asake stopped his show in Lagos on December 22 to hold a minute’s silence for the pair, telling the crowd: “Inside of me I feel pain for them, but may their souls rest in peace.”
One woman said: “There was girls getting stamped on. I saw a guy that was on the floor with no clothes on - they were doing CPR. It was the most traumatic experience I have ever had in my life. It was a horror movie that I didn’t think I was going to wake up from.
“When I lost my friend I thought that is it then. I tried my best to not fall down and kept saying to people don’t fall down. I had a panic attack, people were screaming, people were fainting in front of me. It was just too much.
“The concert would’ve been absolutely amazing if not for the people that ruined it,” she said, adding that there were people without tickets in the queue.